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The Carlo Bilotti Museum's permanent collection consists of the gift of 23 works donated by the entrepreneur Carlo Bilotti to the City of Rome, including paintings, drawings and sculptures. The most coherent and central group is made up of 18 works by Giorgio de Chirico (Volos 1888-Rome 1978), of which 17 are displayed in this room and one, a sculpture of Hector and Andromache, is installed outside the Museum.

The Villa Borghese’s Orangery, now the location of the Museo Carlo Bilotti, has had a long and very interesting history; in the course of time it has undergone numerous, and substantial, transformations to both its appearance and its function. It already existed in the area from which the first Villa Borghese was created by Cardinal Scipione (1576-1633), and used as a quite prestigious residence

The masterpieces of the museum

Current

Exhibitions and events

16 March - 25 May 2014
Exhibition
21 February - 1 June 2014
Exhibition

Educational events

1 April - 14 May 2014
Educational resources for school
21 February - 1 June 2014
Educational resources for school
9 October 2013 - 31 May 2014
Educational resources for school
8 October 2013 - 31 May 2014
Educational resources for school

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